The Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 exhibition showcases the best images received from over 43,000 entries from amateurs, professionals and students from 96 countries. A panel of top nature photographers and wildlife experts chose the 100 winning photographs for the 18 competition categories. The impressive group of large-scale, backlit images will be presented here in Canada at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto from November 23 through March 23, and at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria from November 29 through April 6. The exhibition highlights the wonder of nature, and each image is presented along with a caption sharing the story of how the photographer got the shot. Each museum will be offering exciting special events and special programming related to photography and biodiversity along with the exhibition.